ON-LINE QLunch: Christoph Hirche
Speaker: Christoph Hirche from QMATH
Title: Discrimination of Quantum Networks
Discrimination between objects, in particular quantum states, is one of the most fundamental tasks in (quantum) information theory. Recent years have seen significant progress towards extending the framework to point-to-point quantum channels. However, with technological progress the focus of the field is shifting to more complex structures: Quantum networks. In contrast to channels, networks allow for intermediate access points where information can be received, processed and reintroduced into the network. In this work we study of discrimination of quantum networks and its fundamental limitations.
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